Martin McFly on 2020/10/29
First of all aesthetically it looks amazing, everything about it is beautiful, the knobs, the uncovered zebra pickups, the inlays, the headstock, and especially the color of the body. That burst is done really well, it blends perfectly and honestly I am impressed.
Second, in terms of playability, I can easily say that it doesn't disappoint, it feels very comfortable and easy to play. I really enjoy the slim neck profile. The only nitpick I have is that on my model there are a couple of high frets and because of that there is some fret buzz. Personally I don't have a problem with it as it isn't that noticeable and also because most guitars tend to have fret buzz if you set the action low, but I know it really bugs some folk so I decided to mention it.
When it comes to the sound of the guitar, it's good I would say, but if you want it to be amazing you will have to change the pickups. Also it is surprisingly loud acoustically, which is great. Another thing I want to point out, this guitar isn't weight relieved like its Gibson counterpart so it's heavy (as a Les Paul should be).
There is nothing more that I can say except that I am incredibly satisfied with this guitar and I highly recommend it.